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Dinard - East Midlands has the service been removed?

Posted by Steve51-907091 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by seaspray-397615 - 3 years ago

Thanks all. It is good to know there are alternatives to RyanAir's Dinard rout.

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Posted by texas-412739 - 3 years ago

I think this may work in reverse as well but I travelled by train from Manchester to London Euston, took the tube from London Euston to Liverpool Street Station, caught the train to London Southend airport then flew from London Southend to Rennes with Flybe.  Sounds complicated but the train station really is at Southend airport and my journey worked like a dream.The flights were cheap and I booked the rail fares via Trainline which were also cheap.Only had hand luggage though.

 

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Posted by camion - 3 years ago

Yes, husband has done Brest paris Manchester on a few occasions, always a long wait at Paris though, he says the train and Nantes a lot better, but agree, good prices.

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Posted by cherylann morris - 3 years ago

Brest-paris-manchester.Not a bad price either just needs some working out.

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Posted by seaspray-397615 - 3 years ago

Thanks Camino and live long. That is good to know for future reference.

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Posted by Live&Love - 3 years ago

You can go from Carhaix to rospordon then get on the connecting train to Nantes. 

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Posted by camion - 3 years ago

You can use Morlaix or Quimper that I know of- what about Carhaix, don't know what trains that station deals with, my oh got first class from Quimper to Nantes for just 18 euros!

 

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Posted by seaspray-397615 - 3 years ago

getting the train,what a great idea.  Where does it go from.  I live near Carhaix, but could go to Guingamp also.

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Posted by camion - 3 years ago

Yes, you can fly from Nantes, just get the train, really easy and the shuttle bus at Nantes takes you straight to departures, so much easier than driving and parking, and cheaper!!.

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Posted by John Rodney - 3 years ago

It's the old story, I'm afraid.  Supply and demand.  If it was viable Ryanair would run it.